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Pulp calcifications in traumatized primary incisors A morphological and inductive analysis study

Pulp calcifications in traumatized primary incisors A morphological and inductive analysis study,10.1111/j.1600-0722.1997.tb00201.x,European Journal o

Pulp calcifications in traumatized primary incisors A morphological and inductive analysis study   (Citations: 25)
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Journal: European Journal of Oral Sciences - EUR J ORAL SCI , vol. 105, no. 3, pp. 196-206, 1997
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    • ...Analysis by means of scanning and transmission electron microscopy shows that the tissues occluding the pulpal lumen are either dentine like (49%), bone like (19%), or fibrotic (9%) which could not be correlated with explicit clinical diagnoses [9]...

    Adeleke O Oginniet al. Pulpal sequelae after trauma to anterior teeth among adult Nigerian de...

    • ...Calcification of pulp was observed after trauma (Robertson et al., 1997), tooth replantation (Ohshima et al., 2001), tooth transplantation into subcutaneous tissue (Hosoya et al., 2003), and pulpal exposure of rat teeth (Tsuji et al., 1987)...

    A. Hosoyaet al. Hard Tissue Formation in Subcutaneously Transplanted Rat Dental Pulp

    • ...Also of interest, there is the fact that osteodentin or reparative dentin is formed in developing tooth pulp after trauma (Robertson et al. 1997) and tooth replantation (Miyagawa 1957; Nishioka et al. 1998; Shimizu et al. 2000)...
    • ...These findings lend support to the clinical reports that described the formation of osteodentin or reparative dentin in developing tooth pulp after transplantation (Miyagawa 1957), replantation (Andreasen et al. 1995), and trauma (Robertson et al. 1997)...

    Akihiro Hosoyaet al. An immunohistochemical study on hard tissue formation in a subcutaneou...

    • ...Regressive changes of dental pulp in the form of calcifications are regarded as the result of exogenous and endogenous influences [10, 11, 17, 23, 27, 29, 31, 39], possibly caused by altered calcium-trapping properties of collagen fibers [27]...
    • ...Regressive Veränderungen der Zahnpulpa in Form von Verkalkungen werden als Folge exogener oder endogener Einflussfaktoren aufgefasst [10, 11, 17, 23, 27, 29, 31, 39], möglicherweise bedingt durch eine Veränderung der Kalkfängereigenschaften der kollagenen Fasern [27]...

    Eva-Andrea Holtgraveet al. Tablet Fluoridation Influences the Calcification of Primary Tooth Pulp

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